Siloam Springs

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This year marks the charter of the American Legion by Congress in 1919. The historic Legion Post 29 in Siloam Springs is celebrating the centennial with flying colors.

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Joe Woolbright, director of Ozark Ecological Restoration, in collaboration with John Brown University and the city of Siloam Springs, has installed a new bird watching habitat on Siloam Springs City Lake Park.  A formal dedication and public opening is planned later this summer. 

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About a year after breaking ground, Siloam Springs' Memorial Park will open to the public May 25. A ribbon cutting is scheduled for 10 a.m. and will be followed by three free concerts throughout the day. The new park includes an ampitheater, concession stand, water feature and a new home for the farmers market.

In an effort to educate the public about residential sprinkler systems, the Siloam Springs Fire Department is hosting a live burn demonstration. The event begins at 11 a.m. May 23 at Fire Station #1, which is located at 1450 Cheri Whitlock Dr.  

The inaugural Art in the Springs Art Walk begins at 5 p.m. Thursday in downtown Siloam Springs. We speak with LaKay Dailey, founder and coordinator of the art walk, to learn more about the new event.

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